Who better to unveil the mysteries of the he-man psyche than a woman's best friend, the master of clever and refined thinking, the gay man? He knows exactly when, where, and how to elicit that ultimate ooh-ooh, because he knows all too well what he wants.
Two fearless and dedicated scholars, Dan Anderson and Maggie Berman have conducted an intensive, lifelong survey on the subject of male pleasure, at times even descending into the trenches themselves. Now the wisdom they gained can finally be divulged to the heterosexual public.
Dazzle your guy with surefire man-pleasers!
- The Flying Wallenda Position
- The Upstanding Citizen
- The Princeton Belly Rub
Get the fire started with foolproof first moves!
- "Wait a second . . . let me get that thread off your pants."
- "Wow, you've been working out! Make a muscle."
Hot tips for hot loving!
- The Up, Twist, Over, and Down—the stroke that'll have men fighting over you like you were Helen of Troy!
- Remember: You want to hold a Diet Coke, but you don't want to crush the can.
So take some Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man . . . and drive your lover to new heights of ecstasy!
About the Author
Dan Anderson and Maggie Berman are the authors of the bestselling Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man. They live in Palm Springs and New York City.
“Chattily didactic, the book offers witty—and yes, explicit—desciptions of all manner of how-tos, how-tease and how-t’OOH!s.”
— Daily News
“The best-kept secrets of sex experts (and a few sexually satisfied women) are now up for grabs—and road-testing.”
“What the man in your life won’t tell you...but wants you to know.”
“This book gives very specific advice on how to knock his socks off . . .”
“A cannily entertaining romp through the nuts and bolts of sex from the male perspective.”
“A primer that takes dish deeper than a Chicago-style pizza.”
— New York Post
“You might want to check out Sex Tips for Straight Women From a Gay Man.”
“The dishy, humorous voice the authors developed makes this a nonthreatening sex manual.”
— Philadelphia Weekly